On January 27, 1966 Kentucky’s Governor Edward T. Breathitt signed into law the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, the first of its kind passed by a southern state. Martin Luther King Jr. described Kentucky’s Civil [...]
In celebration of Kentucky Oral History Day on October 21, 2015, the Nunn Center is announcing the release of The Wisdom Project, a podcast featuring stories drawn from interviews and projects from the Nunn Center’s extensive collection of [...]
It is a rare opportunity in life when you get the chance to interview someone who has profoundly changed and shaped your professional practice. Last month, I interviewed Donald A. Ritchie, Senate Historian Emeritus, about [...]
On May 5, 1970, students of the University of Kentucky reacted to the shootings that occurred the day before at Kent State University. Student protests occurred around the University of Kentucky throughout the day [...]
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This is a great idea. I will forward to Buffalo Trace!
like to know abt the experiences of war, being in army...........
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